Enjoy a mental reboot while gaining spelling and vocabulary skills with the all-new Candygrams. Simply roll the dice, match the colors, and create words. Each player builds their own crossword in this original word game, matching the colors rolled by the dice. Simple yet strategic, Candygrams is designed to develop word skills while sharpening minds.
The color restrictions of the dice add a surprise twist to this Scrabble-type game. The instructions for play are clear and concise, with two alternatives, so getting started is a snap. The gameplay is relatively short, about 15 minutes. With no turn-taking and minimal waiting on other players, this is the perfect game for young players. Candygrams comes with 111 hefty tiles in three bright colors, two large six-sided dice with colored faces that match the tiles, and complete instructions. Recommended for ages 7 and up, however, Candygrams is challenging even for teens and adults.
How To Play:
Candygrams is as simple as rolling the dice, matching colors, and making words. But to win, you’ll need just the right combination of skill, strategy…and luck!
2-4 Players ages 7 and up play on any flat surface
Each Player starts with 25 tiles
Players build on their OWN crossword
Players add ONE new word for every roll of the dice
New words must MATCH the "color combo" rolled by the dice
The player to use all their letter WINS
111 Letter Tiles
Manufacturer's Information Manufacturer: Candygrams Age Recommendation: 7+ Grade Recommendation: 2nd+ Faith-Based: No Consumable: No Number of Players: 2-4 Play Time: 15 minutes standard, 5 minutes "express" play Made in: China
Awards and Endorsements from:
Family Choice Award
PAL Top Ten Award
Mom's Choice Awards - Honoring Excellence
Tillywig Toy Awards, Best Family Fun Award Winner
Dr. Toy's Best Picks Winner
National Parenting Product Awards Winner
Major Fun Award
The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
Creative Child Magazine, Creative Child Awards Game of the Year Awards
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Review by Heather O'Steen Photography
”It seems like a simple game but it can be quite tricky. If you love to spell and enjoy games like Scrabble then this would be a good fit!”